Praise to Edward Plantagenet III

The title has it. Edward III, pretty cool dude. Cool enough to name your kid after.

Fun With TES Back Stories

Stupid fun. A backstory for a Skyrim player character, for those who say Skyrim belongs to the Nords in the current year.

Vespasian and the Architect

A moral fable from Roman history about how Vespasian would have dealt with automation in the Empire, and how nice it would be to have a conscientious leader like that now for newer and less inspiring Empires.


A friend and Brother recently challenged us to retake our humanity from modernist globalism. Here is my best attempt at articulating what I think this begins to entail.

Apologia pro Religio Romana

A brief exposé on the Religion of the Romans. Discussed is the evolution and application of said religion, as well as a conclusion regarding why you should care.


This is a carefully researched retelling of the founding Roman's story. If you are a Romanophile or folklorist you should read this.

Ode to Namantius

An ode to one of the last Pagan Romans of note, an ode to what I see in Paganism. An ode, overall, to what I see beneath: the Black Sun, rising.


If Virtus is the condition of masculinity in Roman categorisation than we can see Auctoritas as the status if it's transmission. Auctoritas is what made Romans memorable, revered and worthy of following.


We need heroes, now more than ever. With our culture under attack and our popular suffering, we need heroes that could stand with us and shoulder the burden. Arminius, Hermann of the Cheruski, would understand our plight.